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How you choose your clients is a competitive advantage when it comes to culture

How you choose your clients is a competitive advantage when it comes to culture

For agencies, your team and the creative work you put out, is only as strong as your culture. Digital Strategist Duncan Meisel raises a compelling argument that preemptively taking a stand against working on certain types of clients will have a positive effect on your culture — giving your agency an advantage in attracting and retaining talent, as well as putting out exceptional creative.

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How you choose your clients is a competitive advantage when it comes to culture

For agencies, your team and the creative work you put out, is only as strong as your culture. Digital Strategist Duncan Meisel raises a compelling argument that preemptively taking a stand against working on certain types of clients will have a positive effect on your culture — giving your agency an advantage in attracting and retaining talent, as well as putting out exceptional creative.

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Business can be beautiful: develop your culture to regain the lost humanity of corporate life

Business has often been soulless and deprived of humanity — this is not sustainable. Informed by his long career in strategy and creative, Head of Strategy, at C-90, Theo Erasmus presents his vision for a beautiful alternative: when people are empowered to bring their whole self and soul to work, the work and culture become that much better.

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A Letter to the C-Suite: it’s time to bridge the commonality divide with strategic networking

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion have arguably become buzzwords that constantly ring in the ears of many in the corporate world—especially senior leadership. The ringing has become louder since the civil unrest, which helped shape 2020 as an indelible year. In this letter to the C-Suite, Samantha Wilson Jones provides executives a variety of strategic networking options that will help them effectively bridge the commonality divide within their organizations.

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Why your next hire should be a job-hopper

However workplaces have changed over the past 50 years, one thing remains the same: the stigma that surrounds job-hopping. But if agility and adaptability have never been more necessary, then Initiative’s Group Strategy Director Max Slonim makes the case that it's time we rethink job-hopping and the transformative effects it can have on businesses.

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Author Susan McPherson on why the lost art of connecting is paramount to our times

How does one build meaningful connections in a world ruled by technological devices and social media platforms? It’s been reported time and time again that we are more engaged on our phones than we are with each other. Add a global pandemic that has forced us to live socially distanced and the ability to truly connect feels even more difficult. Thankfully, author, businesswoman, and a serial connector, Susan McPherson, has a remedy to bring back the true art of connecting in her latest book The Lost Art of Connecting: The Gather, Ask, Do Method for Building Meaningful Business Relationships. In this exclusive interview, Susan shares how her book will help readers become more intentional about the connections they’re making so that they are not only meaningful but long-lasting.

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Season 2 | Episode 10: The future of work in marketing with Jessie Kernan

Season 2 | Episode 10: The future of work in marketing with Jessie Kernan

Frida Polli, CEO and co-founder of Pymetrics, passes the mic in our final episode of the season to We Are Rosie’s own Jessie Kernan, Head of Strategy and Insights as well as Executive Consultant for Outside Wave, a marketing & business consultancy for progressive and purpose-driven brands and agencies. The two discuss the future of work in marketing and what has changed about the landscape in 2020.

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